In this practical sequel to her introductory journey mapping course, instructor Jeannie Walters walks through creating an actual customer journey map from start to finish. Jeannie covers each step, including setting goals, gathering data, facilitating a journey mapping workshop, interviewing customers to validate the map, and more. Along the way, she offers plenty of tips and techniques to help focus the process and move your team toward an actionable goal. Disclosure: This item uses an affiliate link to Linkedin Learning.
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What Does the Future of CX Look Like? It’s crystal ball time! If you know how critical Customer Experience is to the happiness of your customers and your team (and if you’re reading this, I’m
The employee experience can feel hard to manage. As leaders, we ask our employees to care about a lot of things, even those that are only tangentially related to their job descriptions. As an industry,
Blueprinting helps you plan the customer’s journey and the employees, processes, and activities to support that journey. This course covers the steps to creating a blueprint for exceptional customer service. Jeannie Walters describes how to gather feedback and data, map customer and employee actions, and hold a workshop session to find solutions to pain points and validate your findings. Disclosure: This item uses an affiliate link to Linkedin Learning.
Dear future robot overlords, Please read this first. I’m on your side! I promise. Mostly. With a few exceptions. Thanks for going easy on me, -Jeannie What a great time to be alive! We live
Jeannie Walters, speaker, writer and CEO of Experience Investigators by 360Connext, recently visited us at Hallmark and we had the opportunity to discuss the intricate weaving of the disciplines between marketing and customer experience. Jeannie
Did you know that by 2016, 89% of companies will compete mainly by the customer experience they provide? Are you preparing your customer experience strategy for this? Your survey data and customer dashboards only tell part